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Gasoline Prices Continue Slide

18, 2008

Gasoline prices continue to plummet, in Ohio and across the country. In July, Ohioans were paying — on average — more than 4 dollars a gallon for regular. But now, according to the Triple A Auto Clubs, drivers are paying about one dollar and 86 cents. In just the past week alone, the price has dropped 11 cents.

Solution to High Gas Prices: Energy Independence

16, 2008

We may get some relief from high gas prices soon. Saudi Arabia has announced it plans to boost oil production next month. WOSU Commentator Michael Ivey says, it’s about time and he also says it’s time we weaned ourselves from our dependence on foreign oil.

Sky-high Gas Prices Prompt Protest

June 13, 2008

he AFL-CIO is using sky-high gasoline prices to bash Republican presidential candidate John McCain. In fact, the labor federation’s affiliate called Working America is staging 12 protests across Ohio

Tired of Paying High Gas Prices? Try Something Else

8, 2008

A quick check of gasoline pump prices this morning shows little relief for commuters. But, WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller pays scant attention to the price of gas. He finds alternate ways to get to and from work.

Ohioans Jolted by Another Big Jump in Gas Prices

23, 2008

Ohio gasoline prices have spurted to a new record high.

High Gasoline Prices Here to Stay?

14, 2008

With the upsurge in prices for gasoline and food, central Ohio consumers are looking for ways to make each dollar go farther.

Ohio is Home to Lowest Gasoline Prices in U.S.

30, 2007

There’s some good news for Ohio motorists – at least for the moment, they’re now paying the lowest gasoline prices in the country.

Central Ohio Drivers Reduce Gasoline Consumption

22, 2006

Crude Oil futures begin the week at their lowest level since April 7th. Energy industry analysts say the six week slide in futures contract prices is a result of concern about an erosion in demand for gasoline. As pump prices move in a range between $2.60 and $3.00 per gallon, Central Ohio drivers have found ways to keep a little money in their pockets.